This is a new position for the British title.
The line’s third fragrance, Yes I Am Fabulous, launches in March.
The list of 20 semifinalists includes many brands that owe their burgeoning notoriety to social media and influencers.
Fashion is fighting the outbreak on many fronts — and top executives and h.r. are on the front lines of all of them.
Pop-ups and activations from Gucci, Rimowa, Goat and Bevel in Chicago for the NBA All-Star Weekend the influence of the league on men's style.
The brand creates luxury leather, foldable bags as an alternative to cloth tote bags.
The designer is banking on retail and intimate experiences to develop his business.
Yuhan Wang, Charlotte Knowles, Nara Niro and Alighieri’s Rosh Mahtani are some of the names to watch during London Fashion Week.
After all, who can live on fashion alone?
An Vandevorst and Filip Arickx are calling time on the label they founded 22 years ago in Antwerp.
Fall/winter 2020 offered a stark contrast of highs and lows.
A number of vendors were unable to attend due to the travel ban from Asia and exhibitors were stressing about delayed shipments.
GOOD SPORTS: The British label Vin + Omi has another eco-minded collection in the pipeline. For fall 2020 the designers have allied themselves with Team GB Olympians and are whipping the athletes’ unused clothing and equipment from sponsors into runway-ready punk pieces. Omi described the fall 2020 show, which takes place at The Savoy hotel on Feb. 14, as its “largest, most recycled” yet. Team GB sailor Hannah Mills and fencer James Honeybone, who walked in Vin + Omi’s spring/summer 2020 show, contributed their unused pieces. “We utilized every single bit of a fencing kit — from the blades, to the sabre, to the masks. Everything was chucked into” an entire look, said Omi. Other highlights include a coat that was made by hand from a sail, as well as a jacket sporting all the Team GB sponsors’ logos jumbled together. “The pieces are designed to be slightly unwearable to show the awkwardness of the sport being bastardized by advertising,” Omi added. “It’s amazing to see how much branding one sport has at one event.” For 16 years, the London-based designers have been attempting to push the limit of sustainable clothing production and have dressed celebrities including Beyoncé and Michelle Obama. They also work with private
A pop-up shop will open Feb. 16 at the Roger Smith Hotel at 501 Lexington Avenue in New York.
Emilia Wickstead, Mary Katrantzou, Roksanda Ilincic and Simone Rocha are among the labels that feel the most relevant in the London scene, for their ability to build niche yet close-knit, loyal circles of women around them.
London-based brands large and small are waiting — and hoping — their Chinese factories reopen soon and that manufacturing and deliveries won't be severely disrupted due to the virus.
Fall 2020 trends for men and women from Project and WWDMAGIC.
A spokesman for Nygård was reviewing the 99-page complaint Thursday night.
Each of the two winners receive 75,000 euros and the "Audience Favorite" receives 10,000 euros.
Standout fashion trends included color, glamorous evening, elevated tailoring and Victorian frills, among others.